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Band 3
Full Time and Part Time hours available
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Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
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Royal Preston Hospital
£18,813 - £ 20,795 per annum, pro rata
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Senior Healthcare Assistant - Orthopaedics

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Nursing teams are the foundation of any successful Trust and with a strong, dedicated, professional team patients and staff reap the benefits. We believe that every single person that works with us plays a vital part in providing the highest possible levels of patient care.

We are looking for an enthusiastic  Senior Health Care Assistant to join us on ward 16 at Royal Preston Hospital. You will possesses excellent communication, interpersonal and organisational skills in order to maintain our high standards and develop the unit further.

You will understand the importance in promoting and maintaining a safe and quality driven environment for patients, visitors and staff.

Experience on a surgical ward would be desirable however not essential as training will be given.

The post requires flexibility to work night and days weekends and Bank holidays.

You will be supported by a fantastic group of registered nurse and ward manager who are passionate and aspire to provide excellence for all patients.

Interview Date: To be confirmed

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This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service.

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Fiona Jones Tel: 01772 522895